Holiday House Cleaning

Holidays is the time for fun, presents, and sometimes houseguests too!  Some of you already know that we have a running joke that our place is a hotel that is always booked. It is rare that we don’t have a guest at least once a month visiting. Sometimes for one night, sometimes for weeks and even months. Family, friends, friends of friends and even furry ones too.

Keeping the house clean and in tip-top shape is not my top 3 list of priorities but it might make it somewhere in the top 10. So I am always on the lookout for new ways to accomplish this easily, quickly and efficiently. I had the opportunity this year to try THREE new household items that have now become a staple. These include Dryel, Invisible Glass, and Mean Green. #housewifelife

 

This cleaner and degreaser provide the strength needed for your toughest cleaning tasks while remaining gentle enough for more sensitive items. The nontoxic, nonflammable formula helps ensure safe use.

  • Tough detergents deliver heavy-duty cleaning power that’s safe for more sensitive surfaces and items.  Formulated to clean grease and soil from clothes, upholstery, and carpets, as well as engines and construction equipment.
  • Nontoxic and nonflammable to promote safe use.

I appreciate how versatile this cleaner can be and it gets the kitchen spotless in no time. It doesn’t have the harsh scent that 407 has (that what I was using before this). You can use Mean Green from fabric to concrete!

GREASY STOVE AND RANGE HOODS

Mean Green can eliminate a greasy dinner mess with ease. Spray Super Strength directly on the food or grease splatter. Allow the product to penetrate the mess for up to 2 minutes. Wipe clean with a sponge or cloth. Then rinse thoroughly with clean water. Done!

 

SINKS

Sinks can be a trap for food, grease and grime. Turn the nozzle to spray and generously spray the sink and fixtures. Wipe clean with a cloth or sponge. Give a quick rinse and it is clean for another day. Do not allow to dry on surface. Not recommend for aluminum fixtures.

 

COUNTERTOPS

Super strength can be used to clean countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. Okay to use full strength or diluted for light cleaning (see below for diluting suggestions). Simply spray directly on dirt, dried on food, grime, or soap scum and wipe clean with a cloth or sponge. Rinse surface with clean water. Not recommended for porous or laminated surfaces.

 

EXHAUST FILTERS

Super Strength will dissolve the grease buildup that collects on the stoves exhaust filter. In a sink basin, mix 8oz. Mean Green and 1 gallon of hot water and submerge the filter. Allow the filter to soak for 30 minutes. Drain the water and rinse thoroughly with hot water. With little effort there is no need to purchase a new exhaust filter. Good as new!

 

FLOORS

Super Strength cleans up drinks, food, mud, dirt, pet stains and more from your floors. Spray directly for spot cleaning or in a bucket, mix 4oz. of Super Strength to 1 gallon of warm water. Apply with mop or sponge. Not recommended for porous or laminated surfaces

 

GARBAGE CANS AND DIAPER PAILS

Bags often leak nastiness into the bottom of the garbage can which can easily be missed when quickly replacing bags. Turn nozzle to spray and generously cover the can. Wipe or brush any areas that have any residue. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Done!

 

CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY

Yes, you can use Mean Green Super Strength to clean carpets, especially those high traffic areas. Always test in an inconspicuous area to ensure there is no change in color. For spot treating, spray directly on stained area. Scrub with a brush or cloth. Rinse with clean water and blot the area to remove any excess water. If using carpet cleaning equipment, replace detergent with Mean Green Super Strength. Refer to the equipment’s instructions for recommend amount of detergent. Always allow carpet to dry before walking on it.

 

SOAP SCUM, SHOWERS AND TUB & TILE

Super Strength can make your job easier when it comes to scrubbing away soap scum. Use full strength and generously spray surface directly. Allow it to penetrate the soap scum for up to 2 minutes. Do not allow to dry. Wipe away with a coarse sponge or cloth. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Not recommended for porous surfaces, chrome or aluminum fixtures.

 

TOILETS

Let’s face it. This is not our favorite job but it has to be done. Use Super Strength to clean the outside of toilets. Turn the nozzle to spray and generously spray the outside of the toilet. Wipe clean with a paper towel. Give a quick rinse and it is clean for another day. Not recommend for aluminum fixtures or unglazed porcelain.

 

LAUNDRY STAINS

Who would have thought, Mean Green for laundry stains? To pre-treat stains such as food, grease, oil, dirt, blood, grass or any mystery stain, rewet the stained area with warm water. Then spray with Super Strength. Set aside for a few minutes and toss in the wash as usual. For heavily soiled laundry, add ½ cup of Super Strength with your detergent to dissolve stains.

 

PATIO

Super Strength can be used to clean patios, outdoor furniture, concrete, vinyl fences and siding and much more. Use full strength or dilute for light cleaning (see diluting suggestions below). Simply spray directly on dirt, food, or grime, wipe clean with a cloth or sponge. Rinse surface with clean water. Not recommended for porous or laminated surfaces. Also not recommended for painted surfaces unless you are prepping the surface to be painted.

 

RECREATION

For cleaning and degreasing all your recreation equipment, hobbies and projects, inside and out. Mean Green removes the grease and grime from tools, engine parts, tires, sports gear, ATVs, lawn equipment and much more. Spray Super Strength directly on the surface to be cleaned. Wipe clean with a cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly.

 

GARAGE USES

In the garage there are all kinds of grease and grime on tools, engine parts, sports gear, ATVs, lawn equipment and more. Spray Super Strength directly on the surface to be cleaned. Wipe clean with a cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly.

 

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